This four-year degree is for Indigenous Australian students who do not have the required results for direct entry into a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Supported degree programs for Indigenous students
If you aspire to study at Melbourne but feel unsure about meeting the entry requirements, the Bachelor of Arts (Extended) or the Bachelor of Science (Extended) could be for you. These four-year degrees have been developed specifically for Indigenous Australians. During the first two years, you’ll receive tailored academic support and mentoring, plus the opportunity to live on campus at one of the University’s residential colleges. Students enrolled in the Bachelor (Extended) programs will have access to the full range of subjects available to all students enrolled in the three-year Bachelor degrees.
Get access to support and mentoring
The Murrup Barak, Melbourne Institute for Indigenous Development provides support to all Indigenous Australian students enrolled at as well as those wishing to apply for a place at the University of Melbourne. With a dedicated team of student support professionals, the Institute offers information, advice and support on a wide range of academic, cultural and personal matters to help make your transition to University studies easier.
Be considered for scholarships
You may be eligible for an Access Melbourne scholarship to help with the costs of study and living in Melbourne. You could be guaranteed entry to select undergraduate degree, plus be automatically considered for scholarships. To qualify, you’ll need to apply with Access Melbourne or Graduate Access Melbourne.
Acknowledgement of country
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